TDM News Room – Get a Glimpse Through the Glass in New Surviving Mars Video

This is a press release by Paradox Interactive.

Get a Glimpse Through the Glass in New Surviving Mars Video

In-game Footage of Domes and Populated Colonies Arrives Alongside New Developer Diary

STOCKHOLM — Dec. 14, 2017 — Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games for dome entertainment systems, today published a new trailer and developer diary for Surviving Mars, the upcoming management strategy game from Haemimont Games. Coming in Spring 2018 to Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs, Surviving Mars will put players in charge of planning, designing, and maintaining a sustainable colony on another planet. The newest video presents a closer look at Surviving Mars’ domed colonies, and offers a first glimpse of what life will be like on Mars when humans finally begin to populate players’ drone-built habitats.

See why Dome wasn’t built in a day in the new video:

Surviving Mars: Domes
Paradox and Haemimont have also released a new developer diary from the team behind Surviving Mars, where details are shared on the game’s design and the challenges players will face in Spring 2018. Find the diary here:

In Surviving Mars, players will lead a colonization effort on the surface of Mars, from the very first rovers and supply drops to the construction of suitable habitats for brave settlers from Earth. Every colonist will be vital to the mission as the colony struggles to gain a foothold where the environment is hostile and resources are scarce. With each success, however, players will gain the ability to expand further, and even establish a thriving society – and lead a new generation that has never known the Earth.

To take the first small step towards landing on Mars, players can sign up now for upcoming news and community activities around Surviving Mars. Eager settlers can find details here:

Paradox Interactive is a leading global publisher of strategy games for PC and console. The company has developed and published a world-renowned catalog stretching back to 1999, with players hailing from all around the world.